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of investigations which reportedly accounts for billions in illegal betting. >>> just ahead, robert redford's unchanged, and a big payday. plus back to the future now. check out this retro hovercraft. you're watching "early today." >> welcome back. good friday morning to you and what a nice weekend forecast we have for almost everyone. dry weather will prevail. spend a lot of time outdoors this weekend with these warm temperatures from southern california up into central california. not bad around portland either. very cold morning today and that will continue the trend. each morning i think we're getting warmer through the weekend. still dealing with freezing fog in the northwest. that's before 9:00 a.m. after that the sun should slowly break out. we're talking temperatures that are similar each and every day. what you have today you'll likely deal with all weekend long. that's usually good. >>> well, arnold said he would be back. "the last stand" marks arnold schwarzenegger's first leading role since 2003. that may not be enough for the box office win with jessica chastain's new horror fi
was out there for 12 hours. piece of cake. thanks, bill. >>> just ahead, robert redford unchained. >>> plus, roads, who needs roads? back to the future now. check out this retro fitted hovercraft. you're watching "first look" on msnbc . look, if you have copd like me, you know it can be hard to breathe, and how that feels. copd includes chronic bronchitis and emphysema. spiriva helps control my copd symptoms by keeping my airways open for 24 hours. plus, it reduces copd flare-ups. spiriva is the only once-daily inhaled copd maintenance treatment that does both. spiriva handihaler tiotropium bromide inhalation powder does not replace fast-acting inhalers for sudden symptoms. tell your doctor if you have kidney problems, glaucoma, trouble urinating, or an enlarged prostate. these may worsen with spiriva. discuss all medicines you take, even eye drops. stop taking spiriva and seek immediate medical help if your breathing suddenly worsens, your throat or tongue swells, you get hives, vision changes or eye pain, or problems passing urine. other side effects include dry mouth and consti
ahead, robert redford. and django unchained's big payday and the hovercraft. you' watching "early today." >>> welcome back on this friday morning. let me take you through your weekend forecast. and this is going to be the last little mild day before the agentic blast arrives so enjoy it today in minneapolis, 42. denver, enjoy that, chicago, enjoy your 40s. no problems with the exception of cape cod with some snow. as we go through the weekend, things are going to change. the arctic front coming through minnesota as we go throughout saturday with the arctic blast. you'll really feel the effects saturday night into sunday. chicago, really starting to see the brunt of the cold air with the great lakes. the low temperature into fargo sunday night into monday morning, it's supposed to be minus 22. >> oh, gosh. >> i don't even know what that feels like. >>> well, around said he would be back. the last stand marks arnold schwarzenegger's first leading role since 2003. that may not be enough for the box office weekend with jestica chastain's film mama expected to take five. mark wahlberg broken
're live with the latest. >>> and one-on-one with robert redford and the sundance festival he created. >> it was so big, it became almost like frankenstein's monster in a good way. >> we sit down with the film legend and talk hollywood, guns, and obama's road ahead. >> what would you like to see him do in this second four years? >>> we're slope side in park city, utah. city, utah. "newsroom" begins now. -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com >>>and good morning, thank you so much for joining us, i'm carol costello. today lance armstrong makes up in a new world, long endured by millions of americans who had no interest in bicycling before he rewrote the record books. armstrong faces a public that realizes he was a fraud, that he was lying to us all along. >> yes or no, did you ever take banned substances to enhance your cycling performance? >> yes. >> yes or no, was one of those banned substances epo? >> yes. >> did you ever blood dope or use blood transfusions to enhance your cycling performance? >> yes. >> did you ever use any other banned substances, like, testosterone, cortizone, or
for tragedies like newtown i? think so. plus hollywood heavyweight robert redford sounds off on violence in his industry. his comments might surprise you. that's next on "the five." ♪ ♪ so...how'd it go? well, dad, i spent my childhood living with monks learning the art of dealmaking. you've mastered monkey-style kung fu? no. priceline is different now. you don't even have to bid. master hahn taught you all that? oh, and he says to say (translated from cantonese) "you still owe him five bucks." your accent needs a little work. ♪ ♪ >> eric: attention journalists out there. instead of trying to make conservatives look crazy in the gun debate, how about fair and balanceed debate. including the president. look at the opinion guide i dug up. in 1999, then state senator barack obama had a chance to vote on a bill that clamped down on school shooters specifically aggravated assault with a firearm. what did he do? he voted present. aka, he didn't do his job to protect kids. what is the liberal media doing? instead of fair and balanceed reporting, bob schieffer are running around comparing the n
tickets? >> eric: start here. >> greg: when did hollywood get boring? when did robert redford turn in to angela lansbury. and i love her. she is attract tv and sexy. there is a lot of debate over the institutionmization and a lot had to do with patient rights. people felt in the '60s and 'the 70s that the institutions were disgusting places. they would be better served in the community. but aclu said they can't tell if they are against the righ rights. the family the safety net is falling apart. why? liberal policies which encouraged the death of the family. >> eric: listen, ronald reagan -- >> bob: listen, he signed the act that emptied out the mental institution. >> andrea: that is false. >> bob: it's right. it's called the letterman short act. in 1967 -- >> no. you and bette need your head examines. maybe not you but maybe her should be ib institutionalized. the number of mentally ill people dropped from 560,000 to 130,000 in '60s long before reagan came to play in to this. he did not do that. the gun control law deputizing doctors it's dangerous to make them informant. it shoul
was a great and loyal friend and supporter. his partner in crime, robert redford, has been a supporter. we have a circle of 100 people who give each year. 30,000 associates give little each month above the subscription price in the belief it is not just a media institution but a community. there are 40 discussion groups around the country. [applause] >> these people obviously support it for what it espouses and believes in. do they all know that you have dirty martinis and marvin gaye? >> you have to keep perspectives. everyone's work is demanding. it is trying to make sense of these times and keep some hope. if we were meeting this time last year, it was a bully -- bleak time. we were coming off an election with the tea party claimed it had a mandate. i try to read history, drink dirty martinis, listen to marvin gaye, watch "true blood." vampires, everything. >> this has been fabulous. our thanks to katrina vanden h euvel, publisher of "the nation." [applause] we want to remind everybody that copies of her book are on sale in the lobby. she would be pleased to sign them. we aappreciate yo
kid, and i saw paul newman and robert redford up there, and that adventure, going along with them, and i felt terrible. when they got shot. when i saw all of that, i was a part of it. when i watched a movie is going through high school, and i am struggling with try to figure out how to talk to a girl, and i see movies that explore that same subject, i was learning, you know? i was learning that we all suffer through those things. stories help you get through. of course, there are more profound stories. there are a big, spiritual stories. what is like to live in the south during the depression. what it is like being an okie, trying to get out to california. those things can what in your view of the world. i knew a lot more about europe from films until i was aged 25 or 30. i did not get over there. i did not get a chance to see it, but i learned about cultures and people and places far from me. it is all i wanted to do. i wanted to be an actor for a while, but i always wanted to be a part of this. tavis: if you are. >> and i am, and very proud to be. tavis: an academy award nominat
, really good looking. all the president's men, robert redford and paul newman. they all in reality look like this. i am hideous. they don't look like robert redford. >> bob: you know skigies because you played in a tunnel -- >> greg: i made quite a living there, bob. >> andrea: dogged about getting the story. they never rest until the real story comes out. not the case. >> eric: feinstein had to know they were allowing bigelow and the screen writer michael ball is that his name? >> andrea: yes. >> eric: bolts. whatever. mark bohl. they had to know they were getting access to the c.i.a., right? >> andrea: to her credit, dianne feinstein was one of the few people that stood up and voiced concern about this. she was the one who said wait a minute, and the "new york times" article, there is a lot of detail of how they get the details, i'm concerned. in this case, it seems like the more you read about it, the more you get the sense that the senate wants to punish the c.i.a. somehow. again, the biggest point, this is a hollywood movie. it's not supposed to be a docudrama, it's not supposed to
is this program? >> it is the around support mechanism the institute has. robert redford had a vision to create a platform for independent feature films and documentaries. >> for people who don't know where watching or listening around the world, is at the sundance film festival was founded by robert redford? >> yes. yet the notion he wanted to support artists first. the year-round support started before the festival. we had a feature film early on in the documentary program came here in 2002. we have had a fund, labs, creative support, we network our filmmakers, often find additional financing, and work year-round international to support documentary wherever we can. we're in china, india, the middle east. we're supporting globally. >> how do people learn about this? >> you can go to the website. sundance.org. people can apply to our funds, the documentary fund, and then we invite you to various labs we have your ground or workshops, work in progress screenings. we have a slate of awards and other support mechanisms we used to bring the film's quality to the level the artists themselves really
to be your baby, yes? >> robert redford talks about his role in the future of sundance and what he would like to see in a second obama presidency. ♪ [ male announcer ] this is karen and jeremiah. they don't know it yet, but they're gonna fall in love, get married, have a couple of kids, [ children laughing ] move to the country, and live a long, happy life together where they almost never fight about money. [ dog barks ] because right after they get married, they'll find some retirement people who are paid on salary, not commission. they'll get straightforward guidance and be able to focus on other things, like each other, which isn't rocket science. it's just common sense. from td ameritrade. >>> there is so much going on in washington here for the inauguration. but it's not just the inauguration. it falls this year, as it does so often, on martin luther king jr. weekend, the celebration of the great civil rights leader's life. only fitting, then, that martin luther king iii joins us now to talk act his father's dream and what it means today. >> that's absolutely right. it was historic. we
the real guys. so it was robert redford or brad. i always want them to be -- i always try to cast who i believe they really are at home. >> rose: cast them the way they are at home. >> everybody says why did you castern? and there's one thing i try to cast who i believe people really are and secondly it's a gut response. the true response comes from here in the end and that was sucdr a brilliant love storyÑi. >> properly taught and learned and acquired, a liberalfá education awakens and keeps alive the imagination. and by the iml"j.)jñ i don't mean fanciful things, but i mean capacity to see beyond the end of your nose and beyond the object in front of you. to see its implications, its origins, its potential, its danger, its charm. all the things that enable one to navigate in this difficult and complex world with a modicum of wisdom. with calm to be alarmed at every little thing happens and with resources that that in moments of stress after retirement a in illness and loneliness keep one's soul and body alive. >> i think the most extraordinary thing that's happened as a result of t
kid himself, robert redford. his message to president obama and breaking news about a streisand reunion? >> first of all, i love barbra. >> now trending, hot headlines. >> mel gibson, the father to jodie foster's kids? >> and did the alleged manti te'o hoaxer pull a giant scam on "the voice"? >> nip-tucks, nose jobs and
festival. over the weekend here, we spoke with robert redford, the founder of sundance, an academy award winning director, renowned actor, producer, activist. i asked him all his great commercial success in hollywood, how was it that independent film has become his passion. >> stories that are worth telling more the truth beneath the truth your given. or you think you know. i think like "all the president's men," what is the story? what is the truth about two guys doing that others were not doing that managed to take down a top figure in government? how did that work? it was about hard work. so for me, i started to get really obsessed with -- what is a personal story? what is the story that made so much money? i just went along with it. i was a young student in new york rid i watched that game show and i thought, wow. there's something wrong. the guy winning all of this, everyone is going all over themselves about this guy. i don't know i believe in. i never doubted the whole system was corrupt. and never doubted the whole system was rigged. i thought, that is another example, what is th
. i actually snuck and watched the movie, the '74 robert redford film. i is ad my test though. did i great on my test. don't tell my teacher. i hope she is not watching. this looks fantastic. it comes out on may 10th. it is shot in 3-d so make you get the right ticket price. >> let's talk about the superman flick that will be coming out too in june. man of steel. >> that trailer macme cry. it is so beautiful. look how beautiful that shot is. this is going to be considered a quote, unquote, true reboot of the series and we'll deal with him as an infant child, as an alien coming to earth and growing up with these superhuman powers. this comes out on june 14th. it was not shot in 3-d so when you are buying the ticket there, make the right choice. >> we have to wait a little bit long forth legend to continue of ron burgundy, anchor man two. >> i can't wait for this one. they are all coming back. they are right here on screen. they are keeping the plot very secretive. so i'm looking forward to see where they're going to go with this. there will be so many more hilarious jokes but the bril
of the annual sundance film festival. nischelle turner sat down with the founder robert redford who has mixed emotions about his phenomenal success and told her what he would like to see during president obama's second term. >> you've been doing this festival for almost three decades. it's gotten so large. do you ever sit back and just take a moment and think, gosh, look at what this has become? >> i do. how can i not? as the thing grew and grew and grew, i thought, this is great. and then it wasn't quite so great. it was so big. it became almost like frankenste frankenstein's monster in a good way. >> almost too big. >> you build this thing. is it going to work in people say you can't create a human being out of mechanical parts. suddenly you do, and you go, my god, great. then it starts to tear the house down. in a sense, it's not as much fun as it used to be. >> you're not going to step away from it? this is still going to be your baby, yes? >> in terms of shepherding, yeah, it will. but not as much as it was. >> there's been so much talk these days because of the mass shootings that we've
is like a rock star. the world's most eligible bachelor in real life for charming. >> robert redford to pull him to answer questions spirit he addressed sex, family values, and guns. >> does my industry think that guns will help sell tickets. i do not know. it is not a question i can answer. it seems like a question for asking my own industry. >> the segment will run january 27th. for hollywood minute i am martha shade. >> still ahead on the kron 4 morning news a flow related death in the bay area has reported. we will have details on where to get your flu shot coming up. and an attempted kidnapping in san jose turns out to be a hoax. while investigators announcing the mother of the child made it up. >> and we're watching weather and traffic this morning. we will be right back here >> (male announcer): live from the bay area this is the kron 4 morning news. kron 4 news at 5:00 a.m. starts now. >> top stories we're following this friday, january 18th. a fremont hospital is hosting a flu vaccination of it this morning. as flu shots are in short supply this year. >> we will have a live
. usually oscar loves actor-directors, people like robert redford, kevin costner. they get embraced at the oscars. bill: the best part about argu arguargo was the credits. i thought that was a remarkable piece of film making. i don't know why every film is 2 hours 28 minutes. >> no oscar for best end kr-fplts he is out of look. bill: thank you, chris. chris farley, "wall street journal." martha: i liked argo and "les miserables." i have a few more on my list. catherine webb, i bet you didn't even know that name before this week. i sure didn't. but from beauty queen to nation-wide sensation, why she has suddenly canceled all interviews. very interesting. we'll be right back. . .. ♪ . martha: all right. there she is. she inadvertently stole the spotlight during college football's biggest night. the beauty queen girlfriend of alabama quarterback aj mccarron. she is stepping out of limelight. she canceled eight interviews. what happened there? she shot to instant fame after catching the eye of commentator brent mus spairs berger. according to
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